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Sociology
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Question:

According to functionalist theory, how does poverty impact society?

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Answer:

Poverty functions to provide jobs for those who work with impoverished populations, provide the opportunity to people to live vicariously through the supposed misbehaviors of the poor, provide workers for jobs that people in higher classes are not interested in, and provide cultural diversity.

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Scientist 1: "Nuclear power provides about 14% of the world's electricity. While this is a strong form of energy it should be eliminated as quickly as possible because of the dangers of possible nuclear explosions or accidents" Scientist 1 would likely agree with which of the following: a. Nuclear energy is a preferred form of energy because it is efficient. b. The dangers of nuclear energy far exceed the benefits of using it. c. Nuclear energy produces nuclear waste that is easy to get rid of.

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Answer:

b. The dangers of nuclear energy far exceed the benefits of using it.

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As used in the opening line of Moby Dick, the word precisely most accurately means: a. for the most part b. exactly c. widespread respect d. elaborate

Jordan P.
Answer:

b. exactly Precisely means exactly and without vagueness

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